- Ray Shapp wrote:
>Absalom said in answer to a question in a different thread on this list,Absalom was referring to the user's safety, not yours (the server's). Since
>uncontrollable code running let loose on their machines - or better PHP".
JS runs on the user's machine an evil site can do evil things or at least
>I'm about to begin usingThey can't block PHP since it's server-side. It isn't visible to the
>code, but I'll learn it if (a) it has better security characteristics than
browser. It depends on what you want to do, really. You can never rely on
JS but it's fine for not important fluff, just as CSS. A site should be
readable and work without both. JS can do things a server-side language
can't and the opposite is even more true.